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A few words about ATHIKA

ATHIKA proposes to explore innovative approaches for technologically advanced training and support that explicitly integrates humanistic concerns, aimed at increasing the successful implementation of ICT – Internet of Things, Big data and Artificial Intelligence Systems integrated into Decision-Support Systems for the healthcare sector of European companies and ventures.

Main aims and objectives:

  • Creating an innovative approach for training and support, aimed at increasing the successful implementation of ICT innovations and initiatives for the European healthcare sector companies and ventures.
  • Bringing a humanistic approach to the engineering education while addressing the most important new research in the world of AI and IoT linked to Healthcare.
  • Boosting collaboration among academia, public administration, SMEs, start-ups and industry in the Healthcare realm.
  • Cultivate a scientific & tech innovation culture by offering reflected solutions, that fits into societal needs and desirability.

Researchers regrow damaged nerves with polymer and protein 🧬🔬 😯https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2020/01/200122150015.htm?fbclid=IwAR1YsrOZOM-SbhN9cO344bBAtvLd2IUPuTMMdms0G6-bSXE3k0ZwbOulAbU

An Rx for Healthcare Providers: Edge Computing and IoT Solutions. With the combination of data coming from connected devices, computer vision and Edge computing, healthcare providers are making patient care smarter. https://oal.lu/XZeEh

The University of Sheffield manufactures 3D printed parts resistant to bacteria 🦠🧫 https://www.med-technews.com/news/university-of-sheffield-manufactures-3d-printed-parts-resist/?fbclid=IwAR0TOrcYjTRktPJT0bqL76jXR92QlTWTcLD4FG71LjkiE3cpJshybOx9cWs
#antibacterial #3Dprinting #bacteriaresistance #microbiology #medtechinnovation

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